Travelodge Tucson Ina Rd
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... were led into a small cozy room where the guests tried to act pretentious but couldn't because everyone else in the room was there as well. Our mutual presence negated each other.
The drinks were your typical gastropub concoctions complete with the flame-laden designs poured by a man who took longer to perfect his moustache than he did to procure a cocktail.
... A snack and a few litres of water consumed and Tom was insistent I try the fast ride "lope test", in Britain that is cantering, and I knew I'd fail but I tried anyway and nearly flew off the bloody thing! Tom the "natural" cowboy passed and headed off for an hour loping and strolling through the desert before lunch. So I waited to take photos, but could not see any loping as they wait until away from the ranch to do it. Lunch was inside, salads ...
... to pass the time. It was quite an exciting race, especially the ending, and Kyle Bush won. My driver, Junior, finished second, which put him first in the points. The highway continued to be very straight with light traffic. The speed limit was 75mph, so Dan kept it around 70 or so. We got into Tucson around 5:30, checked into the motel and went out for dinner. Then back to the motel to relax and do some ...
... just thought of all this other stuff to write about, so it won't be a short post after all- sorry for tricking you!
The weekend involved attending lots of meetings and doing freshman/new student stuff. Sunday we had a wing meeting with our RA (with free food- there seems to be a recurring theme here) to learn about campus safety, the rules of the dorm and what her pet peeves are to avoid getting in trouble. Following that we went to a luau for our hall ...
... left Portland airport for Denver. Even with my dark adapted eyes it was still tough to see well enough to read. I would have to tilt certain ways and then the part of me tilted away from the fire would start getting cold. I gave up within a half hour and decided instead to dry all the sweat out of my socks and boots. I'm sure I almost melted the soles of both my boots in the porcess and also made my socks too hot to touch, but they were certainly dry! ...